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  1. Shakazragore
    HIV and Fasciolopsis Buski The human species is now heavily infested with parasites, particularly the intestinal fluke Fasciolopsis buskii, the sheep liver fluke Fasciola hepatica, the pancreatic fluke of cattle Eurytrema pancreatica, the human liver fluke Clonorchis sinensis and the common roundworm, Ascaris.
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  2. Tozil
    Fasciolopsiasis is infection with the intestinal fluke Fasciolopsis buski, which is acquired by eating aquatic plants. Flukes are parasitic flatworms that infect various parts of the body (blood vessels, gastrointestinal tract, lungs, liver) depending on the species.
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  3. Zologis
    Fasciolopsis buski Eggs, w.m. Microscope Slide out of 5 stars 1 rating. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Specifications for this item. Brand Name: Carolina Biological Supply Company Part Number: UNSPSC Code: See more Reviews: 1.
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  4. Tojasho
    FASCIOLOPSIS This is an emerging food borne parasitic zoonosis infectious disease caused by intestinal fluke called Fasciolopsis buski, the largest intestinal fluke of human. The disease if acquired through eating raw and/or uncooked aquatic plants.
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  5. Maujind
    Fasciolopsis buski is a large intestinal fluke infecting humans and pigs primarily in India and in other areas of South and Southeast Asia. The life cycle of both Fasciola spp. and Fasciolopsis buski is similar. Eggs are shed with the feces of the livestock or human hosts and require a source of freshwater for further development to take place.
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  6. Kagul
    Fasciolopsis buski, is the largest member of class Trematodawithin the phylum Platyhelminthes. Adult trematodes, or flukes, are mostly hermaphroditic parasites of vertebrates, and all exhibit complex life cycles involving intermediate hosts.
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  7. Zulkim
    Sep 07,  · Fasciolopsis: A parasite that is the largest intestinal fluke in humans. Known scientifically as Fasciolopsis buski and popularly as the giant intestinal fluke. Infection occurs primarily in Asia and the Indian subcontinent, especially in areas where humans raise pigs and consume freshwater plants.
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  8. Kirr
    Fasciolopsis buski is usually elongated, oval in shape, without a cephalic cone. Its size varies depending on the host species, and is between 2 and 10 cm in length and and 3 cm in width. The oral sucker is subterminal, small and approximately one-fourth the size of the ventral sucker, which is situated not far behind the former.
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  9. Dataur
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